Mac Street Diner, African Feeling, Kalye Filipino BBQ and Cream'd Ice Cream are among the roster of stall-holders at Liverpool on a Roll on November 9.
The four were among the many food vendors which sold out at the inaugural Liverpool on a Roll in March and will draw on global flavours to bring back popular bites and create exciting new dishes "on a roll" for festival attendees.
"Following the positive response to our inaugural Liverpool on a Roll in March, we are delighted to bring it back this Spring to make the most of the warmer weather, partnering with some of Sydney's best restaurants and cafes to deliver an exceptional event experience," Liverpool Mayor Wendy Waller said.
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Frank Angilletta, owner of one of Liverpool's most popular restaurants, Mac Street Diner, said he was looking forward to getting involved with the multicultural celebration once again.
"The team and I are incredibly excited to get involved with Liverpool on a Roll again this Spring, offering festival attendees something fresh and uniquely Mac Street Diner," Mr Angilletta said.
"This time around, we'll be serving up porcini mushroom and taleggio cheese arancini, our signature Italian meatballs in a rich Pomodoro sauce, with other exciting options in the works."
African Feeling's goat burger and chips combo will return, along with a vegetarian-friendly eggplant stew, spiced deep-fried plantain and homemade ginger juice, while meat lovers will enjoy some succulent pork belly, chicken skewers and corn on the cob from Kalye Filipino BBQ.